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TIIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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America Needs Men . . Materials . . Money
. . and the Money Must Come From You
Remember, every Bond you buy is a blow at the military
maniacs attacking us that every dollar you invest will come
back to you WITH INTEREST on that brighter, happier day
when Victory is ours, and there is peace again throughout
America! Don't delay. Put you dollars into uniform. Put
them into U. S. Defense Bonds and Stamps. That's the way
every American can help win the war this all-out Axis War
We must act fast. Start getting your share of United States
Defense Bonds and Stamps today. Get them regularly, day
after day, week after week. If you have already bought a
Bond, now is the time to GET MORE!
Take 10 of every pay
check and buy Stamps
Buy Now-Buy Often
Invest In Saf ety-VVith Perfect Safety
Facts About Defense Bonds (Series E) and Stamps
How much do they cost?
You LEND Uncle Sam You GET BACK
$18.75 - $25.00
1 $750.00 ...............$1,000.00
What is maturity?
Ten years from the time you buy the Bond. If you need the
money before then, you can cash the Bonds at any time after
60 days from date of purchase. A table of cash-in values is
printed on each Bond. Naturally, the longer you hold the
Bonds, up to 10 years, the more money you'll get back. But
you'll never get less than you put in.
What's the interest rate?
When held to maturity, the Bonds pay 2.9 percent per year
on your investment, compounded semi-annually you get $4
for every $3.
What about Defense Stamps?
Buying Defense Stamps is a convenient way of saving money
with which to later buy a real Defense Bond. Stamps are
sold everywhere for as little as 10c.
When should I buy a Bond?
Start now; buy regularly (
This Space Is A Contribution To America's Ail-Out War Effort By
First National Bank
Personality Beauty Shop
A. C. Lawrence Leather Co.
Dayton Rubber Co.
Dill Howell's Esso Station
Massie Hardware Co.
Haywood Print Shop
Ladye Fayre Beauty Shoppe
C. N. Allen Co.
Ward's Service Station
Balentine's Shell Service
Phone 140 ,
Massie Dept. Store
C. J. REECE
Hyatt and Company
C. E. Ray's Sons
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